The world's scheming geniuses have spent 2016 completely screwing everything up.
Italy's nationalist and populist parties campaigned against constitutional reform in last weekend's referendum. Eighty percent of young Italians voted against the reform plans, too.
Police in Venice took on protesters by boat and jet ski on Tuesday near the site of a planned meeting between the Italian and French leaders.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a backlash for dining with Italian Prime Minister at a three-Michelin-starred but decidedly non-kosher restaurant.
A car bomb destroyed several floors of the historic building that is home to the Italian Consulate in Cairo, leaving one person dead and eight injured.
The latest rescue operations in the Mediterranean brought the number of migrants to have landed in Italy since 2015 to a record 69,000, as the Italian navy begins to recover the bodies of 800 migrants who died at sea in April.
Escaped animals, newscast flubs and crazy teens abound.
French Ecology Minister Ségolène Royal's comments received international attention, irritating consumers who have grown highly affectionate of the chocolatey spread.
Since Thursday, 200 immigrants have been trying to cross the border between France and Italy, near the small town of Ventimiglia in Italy—but the French police have been preventing their entrance into the country.